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Tugendhat House (1928-1930)*

Artist/Designer: Lilly Reich , Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Project Location: Brno, Czech Republic

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Primary Material(s):
Glass, Concrete

Residential Structure

Related Website(s):

Significant Date(s):
20th Century, 1928, 1930

Additional Information:
Publications/Texts in Print:
Rembert, Virginia Pitts, Mathilda Mcquaid, and Magdalena Droste. “Lilly Reich: Designer and Architect.” Womans Art Journal 18, no. 2 (1997): 57.

Macarthy, Fiona. "The Glass Room restored". The Guardian. London. 2012.

Rawsthorn, Alice. "Reopening a Mies Modernist Landmark", The New York Times. 2012.

Zidlicky, Atelier. “THE STRUCTURE.” Vila Tugendhat. 2020.

Hirs, Jiri & Maurerová, Lenka. (2014). Villa Tugendhat as a Technical Monument -Elements of Passive Solar Architecture. GSTF Journal of Engineering Technology (JET). 3. 74. 10.5176/2251-3701_3.1.113.

Building Address: Černopolní 45, 613 00 Brno, Czechia

Supporting Designers/Staff: Lilly Reich, Mies van der Rohe

Significant Dates: Construction began 1928, Construction completed 1930, entered World Heritage Site 2001

Associated Projects: Brno Chair, Barcelona Pavilion

Tags: Lilly Reich, Mies van der Rohe, Modern, Villa

Reich in collaboration with Mies van der Rohe.

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